The Licensed Aircraft Engineer's position is responsible for conducting and maintaining the standards of aircraft maintenance. Responsible for overseeing the work on the aircraft and ensuring this is carried out in a safe and correct manner to Company Procedure.
The post is a hands on role and will require that the incumbent actively takes part in the aircraft maintenance.
The Licensed Aircraft Engineer will ensure that any enquiries from customers are managed through to completion providing regular feedback acting when necessary as the first point of contact.
To assist with covering the line maintenance services activities in out-of-hours circumstances to contracted customers.
In addition to the maintenance aspect of the role, the Licensed Engineer will also have an administration function and is responsible for the following:-
Certification and Legal Responsibilities
Health and Safety
The working hours will be 42 per week to be worked in accordance with the needs of the business. You are expected to work flexibly, as the needs of the business require. The responsibilities of this role demand that the jobholder holds a B2 Licence (EASA Part 66 License).
Aircraft Type Rating training will be provided to the successful applicant if required.
The role is Monday to Friday as follows:-
Monday – Thursday, 08:00 to 17:00 and Friday, 08:00 to 16:30
Applicants should have an organised, adaptable and flexible approach with strong interpersonal skills and a diplomatic approach. You will be enthusiastic, willing to learn and maintain a professional appearance and manner even in sometimes difficult circumstances.
The ability to prioritise in an ever changing environment, remain calm and adapt under pressure are essential for the role. Excellent communication skills combined with courtesy and integrity are also important. Good administration skills and computer literacy are essential.
Additionally, the individual must have held a Full UK Driving License (held for a minimum of six months) and have a 5 year checkable history in order to obtain an airport ID pass.
If you do not have the required qualities, please do not apply as your application will not be considered.
If you feel you have the right experience and qualities to apply, please submit an up to date CV and covering letter, including a copy of your Part 145 EASA B2 License quoting STN_B2_ENG and detailing your salary expectations.
Benefits include 22 days holiday increasing to 27 days after 5 years service, Holiday Purchase Scheme, Happy Birthday Day, Contributory Company Pension, Staff Discount and Onsite Parking.
No agencies please.
Please note that due to the number of applications we receive, we cannot respond to individuals and therefore if you have not heard from us within 6 weeks of the date of your application, then please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.